This was a survey funded by the UW-Madison Graduate School to assess the postdoctoral experience on UW-Madison campus and to learn how it can be improved.
The Mercury Advisory Awareness Study was a telephone survey of 1000 randomly selected women of childbearing age (18 to 45) in Wisconsin and Maine to determine their fish consumption habits and mercury advisory awareness.
The “Job Training and Productivity in Rural America” study was a phone survey of 1590 Service and Manufacturing Industry businesses nation wide, with questions regarding employer training practices.
In order to improve highway work zones across the state of Wisconsin, the UWSC performed three separate focus groups.
The 2000 Sleep Cohort Study Survey was a mail survey of approximately 5000 former and current Wisconsin state employees.
The purpose of this survey is to understand public opinion and perception of forestry and issues relating to Wisconsin Forestry practices.
The Wisconsin DNR ATV, Snowmobile, and Boat Study was a three wave mail survey of approxmiately 23,000 Wisconsin, Illinois, and Minnesota residents. Respondents were of three types: ATV users, snowmobilers, and boaters.
This survey is a replication of the 1998 Senior Survey for the Verbal Assessment Project. This survey was funded by the UW Verbal Assessment Committee to evaluate students’ attitudes and beliefs relevant to public speaking, writing and library use.
The survey is designed to check the prevalence of tobacco sales to underage consumers state by state by visiting 850 different stores across Wisconsin that are licensed to sell tobacco.
This study was done to learn more about how people become informed about public policies, the government and controversial issues.